An independent, coeducational PK-Grade 12 private school located in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia

Falcon Club, Winter Camps, and Enrichment


Welcome to Falcon Club, Winter Camps, and Enrichment!

Falcon Club is a welcoming place for prekindergarten through eighth grade students to begin their school day, and a place for continued learning after school. Enrichment is where children build skills and confidence through engaging activities that are an extension of Fredericksburg Academy's top-rated learning program.

This is your one stop shop for purchasing coupon cards, registering for upcoming enrichment and Winter Camps, and information about ongoing policies and procedures.


Winter Camps and Enrichment Classes

January-February Enrichment Class Descriptions

January-February Class Descriptions can be downloaded here or viewed below:

BEGINNING BALLET & JAZZ, Grades PK-K, Mondays 3:15-4:15pm
5 sessions, $60, January 8, 22, 29, February 5, 12

Christin Pristas, Ballet Mistress of Fredericksburg Studio of the Arts, will guide students though classical ballet positions and jazz skills, working to increase rhythm and coordination through creative movement. The class will practice steps to music and progress each week to perform a dance combo to a current song. Maximum of 12 students, caregivers invited to attend the final class performance

MINDFUL MOVEMENT I and II:
I Grades PK-1, Thursdays 3:15-3:45pm, 6 Sessions, $60,
January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15

II Grades 2-5, Thursdays 4:00-4:45pm, 6 Sessions, $70,
January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15

Yoga Foundation of Fredericksburg’s accredited early childhood teachers will creatively introduce students to yoga through song, games, and movement designed to help develop social-emotional skills, body awareness and balance.

Maximum of 10 students per class, caregivers are invited to attend

LEGO ENGINEERING, Grades 1-5, Mondays 3:30-4:30pm
5 Sessions, $70, January 8, 22, 29, February 5, 12

Calling all LEGO Master Builders-in-training! FA instructor Jake Barber will guide beginning and experienced students through the world of LEGO engineering, including weekly collaborative, project-oriented building challenges to encourage students to use new parts and problem solve. Maximum of 8 students

KNITTING CIRCLE, Grades 3-6, Wednesdays 3:45-5:00pm
6 Sessions, $75, January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14

FA instructor Michelle Midkiff will guide students through the basics of the textile art of knitting, including the dying of yarn as well as practicing essential stitches, skills and techniques with a pair of knitting needles and yarn for each student included with class fee. Even experienced knitters will enjoy new creative challenges and all will benefit from the increased focus and reduction of stress and anxiety. Maximum of 8 students

LITERARY JOURNALING, Grades 3-6, Tuesdays 3:30-5:00pm
6 Sessions, $75, January 9, 16, 23, 30, February 6, 13

Creative writing expert and FA staff member, Sarah Kelly, MFA, will lead students through an exploration of the works of poets from many cultures and countries through the lens of mythology. Students will produce original works as myth-makers and poets in their own right and create their own literary journal, answering the question, "What role does mythology have in helping us understand our world?" The final class will feature a literature reading and journal launch celebration. Maximum of 10 students

LET’S GO FOR A RUN, Grades 4-8, Mondays and Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm
11 Sessions, $115, January 8, 11, 18, 22, 25, 29, February 1, 5, 8, 12, 15

FA Assistant Cross Country Coach Camille Atkins and Varsity athletes will motivate runners of all experience levels to push through their personal goals. Students will run or walk two to three miles each class meeting, and during the final week of classes, will take part in a special FA community trail run/walk, returning to campus for heart healthy treats! Minimum of 8 students

January-February Enrichment Registration!

Winter Break

AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE WINTER OLYMPICS

Join the Winter Olympics Experience! Below you will find an overview of everything you need to know about Winter Camps for Winter Break, February 19-23, 2018. Each day will feature the different competing sports of the day as well as discussion and an immersion into the cultures and countries being represented in the XXIII Winter Olympics.

Your child will experience unique STEAM-based activities, guided games, music sessions, afternoon swimming for campers in K and above, and time for their imaginations to soar with every full- or half-day registration.

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